8 Things to Stop Doing in Order to Be Positive

It is very easy to be negative. No need even to persuade anyone, absolutely enough the read the titles of news feeds and reviews. Wars, earthquakes, pandemics, poverty and so on. Everyone, who is reading now these lines will agree to this point.

But on the other hand, it is very hard to stay positive nowadays. The main mission of LEENjoy project is to help people staying healthy and positive, because no money and wealth can substitute these two concepts. The majority of participants of our project understand it well enough but anyway sometimes that need information to be more confident in their lives.

Today we want to share with you some helpful information about one of the Skillshare courses. Maybe someone is exactly searching this kind of support.

Positive Psychology – 8 Things you need to stop doing right now to increase your happiness

By Simon Kenny

Lessons in This Class

1. Introduction How to be Happy
2. Stop Blaming Others
3. Stop trying to impress others
4. Stop being clingy
5. Stop Preaching to others
6. Stop Criticising Others
7. Stop trying to control others
8. Stop dwelling on the past
9. Stop being afraid

About This Class

Do you want to be happy? Of Course, you do, we all do, but sometimes finding the key to our own happiness can be incredibly difficult.

Happiness can be found in many different areas of our lives and in many different ways, whether it is having a passion about something we do, a person we love, a belief system or religion or our relationship with nature.

The key to happiness is different for everybody, but sometimes we can forget what that is, or we can be so caught up ‘life’ that we forget ‘how’ to be happy on a consistent basis.

This class will teach you 8 things you can stop doing right now to increase your happiness.

When you finish this class, you’ll have a better understanding of what can cause you to be unhappy and ways in which you can change those feelings into feelings of happiness.

Simon Kenny. Live the life you want.


You don’t need to be religious to be spiritual and you don’t need to be a scientist to believe in The Theory of Evolution.

Although not a religious person, Simon has a strong affinity toward Buddhism, Zen, Hinduism, Far Eastern and Western Philosophy and Yoga and the life and history of Jesus Christ; but he also firmly supports science; to quote Richard Dawkins, “Science is the Poetry of Reality.”

Simon describes his interest in religion combined with his belief in science as being “Scientifically Spiritual.”

Simon’s books, videos and recordings, provide scientifically backed, tested or proven methods for improving your day-to-day life and the lives of those around you whilst simultaneously questioning ideas of the paranormal and pseudoscience.

When not writing or presenting, Simon likes to help coach and practice Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Yoga and Meditation.

Related Skills
Health and Wellness Lifestyle Personal Development Meditation Mindfulness
Hands-on Class Project
Try using these one of these tips daily to increase your everyday happiness.
Once you have started to implement these changes into your life, then watch and study those around you and see how many of them you can spot in others.
Eliminating these 8 things from your life will increase your overall happiness.


Mosope Fadola
This class exceeded my expectations!

Stephanie Lackus
Yes, this class met my expectations.
This brief lesson touches on common sense ideas to stop negative habits and gently steer our focus only to ourself with the intention of reframing all experiences in a positive perspective. My takeaway was to give myself permission to experience life as a series of lessons to mold me into a better person.

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